Asphalt Production

Anderson Asphalt has contributed to many of Hong Kong's largest engineering projects which live up to or exceed the highest international standards - jobs such as the Cross-Harbour Tunnel Resurfacing, Kai Tak Airport Runway Resurfacing, North Lantau Expressway, Tsing Ma Bridge Surfacing, Kap Shui Mun Bridge Surfacing, Shenzhen West Corridor Surfacing, Chek Lap Kok Airport Apron Pavement Extension, Stonecutters Bridge surfacing.

Anderson Asphalt has a number of fully computerized production plants all equipped with anti-pollution facilities ensuring emission levels are well within air control regulations for both Hong Kong and other countries.

Anderson Asphalt is experienced in operating asphalt production plant of various capacities on 4 different continents to suit your particular project needs, no matter where you are.

Pavement Construction

The name Anderson Asphalt is synonymous with paving services of the highest quality, performed on time and within budget.

The Company's fleet of modern asphalt machinery comprises the specially designed paving and compaction machinery to guarantee a smooth, level and consistently uniform pavement. These include surfaces for high and low speed roads, airport runways and heavy-duty container ports.

Anderson Asphalt is also one of a few contractors based in Hong Kong with the ability to lay unbound granular bases using mechanized equipment.

Anderson Asphalt has been involved in various overseas projects for various types of asphalt surface pavement, such as: International Airport Runway Re-surfacing in Majuro of Republic of Marshall Islands, and Bahamas; Suspension bridge pavement in Kazakhstan and China; Container Terminal in Bahamas, major highways re-construction in Philippines and various highway and bridge projects in mainland China.

Pavement Maintenance

Anderson Asphalt provides a road maintenance service which complements its primary paving service for customers who wish to maintain their roads in top quality condition.

Road maintenance carried out by the Company generally involves cold milling equipment to profile, slope and grade, texture, or remove an existing surface. Once this process is completed, normal pavement laying procedures are applied.


The Company established its first HOKLAS accredited laboratory as early as 1992. By 1997, the Company had established its second HOKLAS accredited laboratory, which was the first accredited laboratory for an on-site asphalt plant in Hong Kong.

The Company is developing continuously to enhance product performance. It has developed mixes which are more resistant to rutting deformation, used Trinidad Lake Asphalt binders to improve durability under heavy traffic conditions and utilized polymers to reduce noise. Through its own resources and by using specialists, it is able to design from first principles pavements and pavement mixes for any application.